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Fun Day On The Ice

I headed out with two of my friends, Brett and Riley, to the same lake previously fished. It was going to be a beautiful day with low winds and temperatures in the forties. 208 more words


A Family Fish Tale

My husband Stephen, my step sons and I had a nice family weekend planned with the possibility of a Saturday morning fishing trip before having friends over later that evening. 1,275 more words


Just Sit in the Boat

Mark 1:14-20

Living in Michigan, we quickly become aware of the number of lakes that we have and the beauty and sport that they offer. It is nearly impossible to live by large bodies of water or be surrounded by many lakes and not be a fisher or know someone that is. 1,393 more words


New global Maritime Human Rights Reporting Platform launched


Human Rights at Sea is pleased to announce a new and unique partnership with the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre through the launching this week of the new global platform for recording cases of maritime human rights abuses, highlighting pertinent international cases from the shipping and fisheries industries, and publishing cases relevant to identifying best Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices for companies operating in the maritime sector. 365 more words

Human Rights

Simba’s Bush Baptism

By 1985 we had saved enough money to be able to buy a new vehicle. At the time in Kenya –and in Africa in general- the only car to buy was a “Simba” (lion in kiSwahili) for its lion logo: a Peugeot 504. 2,155 more words

Bush Stories And Anecdotes

The Fishermen of Cork's South Parish

Cork is a maritime city on the south coast of Ireland.  It is built on a series of islands at the point where the River Lee broadens out into the tidal estuaries of Cork Harbour. 1,011 more words